Thresholds: A Poetry Sampler
The idea for this themed group of poems began with Larry Thacker’s “Porches: A Death” and expanded into that unknown arena (“a little dream, a little dread”) that poets are always entering—just on the threshold of memory, of change, of loss—and attempting to bring to light with language. The poems collected here consider literal porches as well as the transformative experiences of family, friendships, animals, and the natural world. Click below to read the nine lessons gathered here on the verges of change.
~Marianne Worthington, poetry editor